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September 09, 1977 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

To our relatives and friends
we wish you a very happy

:MR. & MRS. HARRY BEACH

AND DAUGHTER,

and healthy New Year

Ilene & Joni

wish all their friends
and relatives a happy
and prosperous New Year

OO

OOO • 11,

OOOOOOO •

THE FIDLERS

Bernie & Betty

• • • • • •

LE SHANAH
TOVOH TIBOSEVO

We wish our relatives and
friends a happy and healthy
New Year

For a Good Year. Shalom
Peace and Blessings

MR. & MRS.
LOUIS BORDOLEY

MINISTER: GARMON

MR. & MRS.
JERRY GOLDMAN
AND PHILLIP

ELIZABETH and
BENJAMIN
EIZELMAN

Tarzana, Calif.

extend best wishes for

wish all their friends
and family a healthy
and happy New Year

a happy and healthy
New Year to all

LARRY & DODIE
HARRIS
AND FAMILY

Best wishes to all our friends
and family for a Happy New Year

MR. and MRS. LEON FELD

wish all their friends and
relatives a good, healthy Year

Southfield

..1T-1•111.1. •••S E■f• Immo •eows ■.■1

Happy New Year

L. LANKIN TEXTILE WEAVERS
we weave burns,

tears & moth holes

in clothing and double knits

557 - 2531

rBest wishes for a healthy andl
happy Near Year to all our
friends and family

I

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MR. & MRS.

RICHARD MOSS
DAVID, CAROL
& SUSAN

_....,Wishing The Community

A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Mr. Leo's Hair Talk

25900 Greenfield O.P.
(Landmark Bldg.)

968-1519

Happy New Yeor To All

MIDWEST FIRE
ADJUSTERS, INC.

Mackey Co.—Mr. & Mrs. Charles I. Jacobson
David Gross and Allen Gross
! ,•(YII W. 10 Mile Rd. Suite 100

Southfield — 354-3800

Best Wishes to all our
friends and family for a
happy New Year

MR. & MRS.
BEN MASLOWSKY

SANFORD, HARRIET, MARK,
ROBERT _& LORI WOLOK

Oak Park
wish their dear friends
and relatives a happy
and healthy New Year

Wishing All Our Customers and Friends

A Very Happy, Healthy & Prosperous

NEW YEAR

Sam Gold and Sons Decorators

MACK PACKING CO.

Wishes all their Customers & Friends

A Happy New Year

Sandy Zawierucha

Jim Maisano

Sincere Wishes For A Happy New Year
"BILL COOK"

-Able Aluminum Company

22110 Morton

Oak Park, Mich. 48237

546-0050

ARDMORE SHOE REPAIR
and the SHERBERG FAMILY

wish their friends and customers
and family a happy New Year

Chatham Square Shopping Center

25796 Middlebelt at 11 Mile

474-8585

Farmington Hills

To Our Customers and Friends
We Wish A Healthy and Prosperous

NEW YEAR

Upfal Electrical Service
557-8981
557-5775

Recent Harris Poll
Finds Begin Support
Strongly Grounded in
Oriental Community

Louis
JERUSALEM—A
Harris poll taken recently
indicates that the key to
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin's victory in the May
elections was a significant
swing to his Likud align-
ment by Jews of African
and Asian origin.
The poll, taken between
June 24 and 'July 3, in-
volved hour-long interviews
with 1,026 Jewish voters,
deemed to be a cross-sec-
tion of the electorate in Is-
rael. The findings were re-
leased Monday..
Observers believe the
switch to Likud is an in-
dication that the Oriental
Jews, who form a majority
among Israelis, resent what
has been described as their
social underdog status and
have turned against the
country's heretofore en-
trenched establishment.
According to the Harris

statistics, 54 percent of the
Israeli electorate now identi-
fy themselves as Orientals
of African or Asian back-
ground. In the survey, 43
percent of the Orientals had
voted for Labor in the 1973
election, with 41 percent for
Likud. But last May, the
poll revealed, 52 percent of
the Oriental vote went to
Likud, with a drop to 21 per-
cent for Labor.

The poll showed that Ori-
ental Israelis were strongly
committed—by 68 percent—
to Jewish settlement of the
West Bank and only 24 per-
cent said they favored re-
turning even parts of the
territory to Jordan.
The polls found that per-
sonal support for Begin
rose after his election vic-
tory, and most of those sur-
veyed said they expected
him to complete his four
year-term despite some con-
cern about.- his health.
Asked what the top prior-
ities of the Begin regime
should be, most cited a
need to improve Israel's
economy. This was followed
closely by a need to find a
peaceful settlement with
the Arabs.
However, less than half

of those interviewed said
they thought Begin would
find a way toward a peace-

Yeshiva U. Offers

NEW YORK—The Ye-
shiva University Gerontolo-
gical Institute will offer a
post-master's degree Ge-
rontology Certificate Pro-
gram this fall for social
workers,
psychologists,
nurses, and
counselors,
members of the rabbinate
who deal with the aged.
The program will empha-
size the utilization of cur-
rent knowledge in profes-
sional practice.
Among the areas covered
will be the biological and
medical. and the psychologi-
cal aspects of aging, major
legislation affecting older
adults, management of pro-
grams for older adults, in-
stitutional and community

ful solution. Bare major-
ities said he was capable of
restoring Israel's economic
well-being and bringing the
"most capable people into
the government."
Much larger majorities
said they expected Begin to
adequately handle the ques-
tion of allowing more settle-
ment in the administered
territories, to rally support
from Diaspora Jews and to
run a scandal-free govern-
ment.
In other issues, the poll
showed that a majority of
Israeli voters felt that
Begin would have some
trouble in dealing with
Washington. Two-thirds
said they disliked President
Carter's pronouncements
about the Middle East, espe-
cially a Palestinian "home-
land" and Israeli with-
drawal to its pre-1967 bor-
ders.
However 93 percent said
they regarded the United
States as a .friend; 63 per-
cent said they felt the same
way about Britain and 68
percent about West Ger-
many, but only 34 percent
said they regarded France
as a friend of Israel.

Harris said that the sur-
vey had been commissioned
privately for $35,000—"close
to our cost"—by Edgar M.
Bronfman, chairman of the
Seagram Company.

Meanwhile, it was report-
ed that a majority of Is-
raelis (50.8 percent) believ-
es that Prime Minister
Begin is prepared to make
compromises for the sake
of peace with the Arab coun-
tries, and- that his public
militant statements are
merely a tactical ploy in
his negotiations, according
to a survey made by the
PORI Institute which was
recently made public.
Only 15.2 percent of the
public believes that Begin
is truly a militant and that
his stance is not capable of
compromise. At the same
time 12.8 percent said that
Begin is, in their view, not
a militant at all, in terms
of his public utterances.
20.7 percent of the popu-
lation expressed no opinion
one way or the other.
-
Aging Program
settings, and counseling the
older adult.
The program will be ad-
ministered by Dr. Celia B.
Weisman, director of pro-
gram planning and devel-
opment of the Yeshiva Uni-
versity Gerontological In-
stitute and associate profes-
sor of social work at the
university's Wurzweiler
School of Social Work.
The application deadline
for the fall term is Sept. 16.
For applications and infor-
mation, write Dr. Celia B.
Weisman, Yeshiva Univer-
sity Gerontological In-
stitute, Brookdale Center,
55 Fifth Ave., New York,
New York 10003.

Friday, September 9, 1977 8:

JANET, GARY and JOSHUA ALPERT

wish a happy and healthy New Year

to all our family and friends

Best wishes for a happy and healthy
New Year to all our family and friends

MR. & MRS. MITCHELL BRAND

Southfield

Wishing all our family and friends

a healthy & happy New Year

BLANCHE, ABE, ELLIOT, PAULA
AND DEBBIE DUKE

Best wishes for a happy, healthy
New Year to all our relatives and friends

JUDY & BERNIE FELDMAN

It
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MANDY & JOEL FISHER
SRI and KEVIN

wish all their family and friends
a happy and healthy New Year
We wish all our rekrtives and friends
a New Year of health and happiness

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We wish all our relatives and friends
a New Year of health and happiness

THE FOX FAMILY

Larry, Tobi, Michael and Ulan
in lieu of sending cards we are making
a contribution to a Jewish charity

MR. & MRS. PHILIP ASH
and FAMILY

wish all their family and
friends a happy, healthy
and prosperous New Year.

MR. and MRS. MAX BRUMER

wish all our relatives and
friends a healthy, happy
and prosperous New Year.

IDA DIAMOND

wishes her family and
friends ;a-happy and
peaceful New Year

L -0-4—.........-.--......,--j

May the New Year bring health and
happiness to all our dear friends
and family

MR. and MRS. ARTHUR D. DISNER
And FAMILY

PHYLLIS and JOEL GURSTELL
MICHAEL and STACY

extend their best wishes for a year filled
with happiness, good health and peace

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